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Unread 10-21-2013, 06:15 PM   #1
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Default Squeeky Cheese

Grilled a chunk of this Sat., goes really well with candied jalapenos!
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Sounds interesting
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Never heard of it...what's the texture like?
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Never heard of it...what's the texture like?
A little firm on the outside, inside a little less so.

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PS: Purchased in Plano,TX at Hirsch's (sp) Meats
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Sounds like a good cheese, but what makes it squeeky?
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Googled it and found this

https://www.wisconsincheesemart.com/...sto-cheese-AA/
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Default Processed Cheese Sticks

At Albertsons, United etc you can find the sticks marked squeaky cheese. The texture (I think it's mozzarella) "squeaks" against your teeth as you bite it.

It's not fingernails down a chalkboard squeaky, but it's a quite noticeable texture

However, If you can find a cow or goat dairy to obtain the fresh squeaky cheese curds it's quite a treat. Mild flavor, salty and really squeaks and different from the processed shrink wrapped at the grocery store
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Here in Wisconsin the fresh curds are squeaky as well. If they don't squeak, they are not fresh. I have not tried the Juusta cheese mentioned, but have a friend who fries cheese as an appetizer when we visit sometimes. It looks very similar to what the OP is showing and is slightly browned on both sides. It is very delicious.
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Here in Wisconsin the fresh curds are squeaky as well. If they don't squeak, they are not fresh. I have not tried the Juusta cheese mentioned, but have a friend who fries cheese as an appetizer when we visit sometimes. It looks very similar to what the OP is showing and is slightly browned on both sides. It is very delicious.
Cheese curds are what I thought of also.

Delicious deep fried or pan fried or any way, really
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